10+ years of experience. Worked internationally with hundreds of voices including Jason Derulo, James Newman, GRACEY, BullySongs and many more. Recordings from budget microphones in closets to high-end Neumanns in famous studios, I've worked with them all and know exactly how to get the best out of any recording.
If you need a professional to do your comping, timing, pitch correction and/or mixing of vocals you're at the right place. With the wide range of experience, I know what it takes to get the best out of your recordings. Services and pricing below:
Comping [30$ Per Track]
Pitch Correction [30$ Per Track]
Time Correction [30$ Per Track]
RECORDING CLEAN UP [50$ Per Track]
Click, Pop & Noise Removal
DRY MIXING [150$ Per Track]
VOCAL FX [100$ Per Track]
Double-Tracks, Harmonies, Falsettos (or other layering): 50% off per track
Full Vocal Production: Contact for pricing
Other Combinations: Contact for pricing
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Interview with Berg Vocal Productions
Q: What do you like most about your job?
A: It's a job where you learn your own secrets. Even when explaining them to others, they will never apply it the same way you do yourself. Vocals are never the same, so a lot of it depends on feeling rather than theory.
Q: What's the biggest misconception about what you do?
A: That vocal production is just another part of a mixing engineer's job. Vocals are a delicate thing. Truly understanding the sensitivity and how to work with it is totally different than any other element in music. It's its own thing and an unique expertise.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: Pop, Indie, Funk/Disco, EDM, Ballads, Singer-Songwriter, Covers, Live Performances
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: I visit many writing camps/sessions as a songwriter/producer, but always take up the role as vocal producer as well. At these sessions I get to work with many different voices in different recording settings. Nowadays I recognize any issue recordings might bring and most importantly know how fix them.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: Making sure to be on the same page in what the goals are with who I'm working with. Know their style, taste and direction. The work and experience will do the rest.